Wolfe City – Administrators with the Wolfe City ISD will conduct a dedication ceremony Thursday evening for their new gymnasium, which was completed last month.
The event is tentatively scheduled to take place between the eighth grade girls and boys games.
The court will be dedicated to 1997 Wolfe City graduate Joe Gay Milton, who earned a number of accolades while at the school. Milton passed away in 2006. He also played football at the collegiate level, both at Wharton County Junior College and North Texas.
Commerce – Crews with Halff Engineering are in Commerce this month to begin work on a street indexing project approved by Council in December.
The study, in conjunction with a drainage study performed in 2009, will provide guidance in the priority process for future street renovations. The $44,500 project will take approximately 75 days to complete.
Commerce – The Commerce City Council takes no action on the pending litigation against its Mayor, who is being sued for repayment of funds in relation to a 2005 development project.
Council met in executive session Tuesday night to discuss the matter.
On January 11, City Attorney Jim McLeroy filed a lawsuit against Mayor Quay Throgmorton and his wife, Paige, regarding a reimbursement agreement in excess of $55,000 for the Rosemound Addition project.
Commerce – It was a melancholy farewell to Bonnie Hunter during Tuesday night's Commerce School Board meeting.
Board members and Superintendent Blake Cooper expressed their deep appreciation for Hunter, who has served as Cooper's administrative assistant for the past two years, and been with CISD for the past 18 years.